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Appeal: DCLG approves homes for West Hampstead reservoir


The Department of Communities and Local Government has agreed with an inspector's decision to grant permission for the redevelopment of the Gondar Gardens reservoir street frontage in West Hampstead to provide 28 residential units.

The appeal was recovered for the attention of secretary of state Greg Clark as it involved a residential development of more than 10 units in an area where a qualifying body had submitted a neighbourhood plan proposal.

Inspector Thomas Shields noted that the redundant brick-built reservoir on the appeal site was approximately two-thirds underground and one-third above, with the upper part.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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